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'''André Vales''' (1635 - ...) was a discoverer and self-styled ''conquistador''. He was instrumental in the establishment of the [[Duchy of Leylstadt]], as he undertook four expeditions - the so-called ''Valesian Expedition'' - between 1664 and 1674 AN to what later became the Duchy. Vales is of Aldurian and Batavian descent, and received Leylstadter citizenship. His actions gave him a sort of saintly status within the local religious community and he was soon seen as patron saint of adventurers, scientists and opportunists.
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[[File:Andre Vales.png|300px|thumb|right|André Vales, as ''Knight of the White Bear'' in 1675 AN.]]
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'''André Vales''' (1635 - ...) was an explorer and self-styled ''conquistador''. He was instrumental in the establishment of the [[Duchy of Leylstadt]], as he undertook four expeditions - the so-called ''Valesian Expedition'' - between 1664 and 1674 AN to what later became the Duchy. Vales is of Aldurian and Batavian descent, and received Leylstadter citizenship. His actions gave him a sort of saintly status within the local religious community and he was soon seen as patron saint of adventurers, scientists and opportunists.
  
 
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André Vales, as Knight of the White Bear in 1675 AN.

André Vales (1635 - ...) was an explorer and self-styled conquistador. He was instrumental in the establishment of the Duchy of Leylstadt, as he undertook four expeditions - the so-called Valesian Expedition - between 1664 and 1674 AN to what later became the Duchy. Vales is of Aldurian and Batavian descent, and received Leylstadter citizenship. His actions gave him a sort of saintly status within the local religious community and he was soon seen as patron saint of adventurers, scientists and opportunists.